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Convenient Care shifts fly by with rewarding work, time for family

“I really see a different side of things in Convenient Care. I triage, give meds, start IVs. I definitely use my skills."

'What I wish people knew' about living with diabetes

Diabetes is often misunderstood. Two women share how technology and support improve how they’re living with the chronic condition.

Study findings will give women more breast cancer information

Study results spare women unnecessary chemotherapy treatment if tests indicate it’s not likely to provide enough benefit.

Building a solid foundation to address bias in healthcare

Real talk from real patients. To address bias in healthcare, providers gather at Foundation Day symposium to explore solutions.

Helpful Q&A preps people for free 'Living with Heart Failure' event

Let’s review some basic terms and concepts from Carle experts that you’ll need to know to manage a heart condition.

From Lebanon to cancer center: an international nurse's journey

Coming to America, Mohamad Younes had no footprints to follow, so he took the first step and made his own.

New entry-level training program fast tracks healthcare careers

“We talk all the time at Carle about providing top-decile care for our patients. CMAs are crucial to that important goal.”

Why and when equally important for breast cancer screening

Scheduling a mammogram tops women’s minds in October, but online scheduling makes the process easier any time of day or year.

Emergency nurse and Child Life spin child from scared to safe

Rantoul family’s trip to the Emergency Department improves a young child’s view of hospitals and eases fear for 2-year-old Leah.

Future physician-engineer puts her heart and soul into research

Heart and stroke prevention benefit from Carle staff and Carle Illinois College of Medicine students partnering on research.

'Home' is where the heart is – including the doctor's office

Monticello’s expanding care team earns recognition for patient-centered care model and meeting the needs of this growing community.

Tiny twins grow up at Carle, reach exciting new phase together

“Thriving” is a word the Learneds longed to hear when their babies were working to grow strong enough to survive ... and go home.

Medicare event propels people into this important time of year

Health Alliance Connections is a new resource and gathering place for Medicare Advantage members and future members.

Colitis-care advocate helps others cope with frustrating disease

“The person who feels alone because they don’t know anybody else going through what they are going through, those are the people we want to see.”

Nurse residency program receives national stamp of success

Top honors for Carle's Nurse Residency Program show commitment to the learning and orientation needs of new nurses.

Honor, remembrance and support for families grieving babies

Annual Shining Light Memorial event provides support for families of babies who are no longer with us physically, but are forever in our hearts.

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